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1700s Colonial estate outside NYC asks $1.3M

Includes antique French boiserie and other gorgeous details

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Location: Mendham, New Jersey

Price: $1,295,000

As historic as they come, this rambling colonial in Mendham, New Jersey dates from before the Revolutionary War and was built by the Cooper family in 1736 on 500 acres of farmland. Originally called the Bank House then later known as the Stone House Farm, the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home now resides on over five and a half acres and has been meticulously restored by its current owner.

Featuring an abundance of stunning, original details, the homestead boasts wide-plank oak and pine floors, hand-hewn beams, stone walls and floors, antique reclaimed English oak paneling, multiple fireplaces, crown molding, antique French boiserie in the breakfast room, and so much more. The property also includes a library, pub room, guest suite, and extensive opportunities for outdoor enjoyment like perennial gardens, patios, two barns, and a pond. Located at 6 Stone House Road, it’s asking $1,295,000. Take a look below.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty